The Minnesota Orchestta will he
joined by three guest soloists and the
St. Olaf College Choir in three perfor-
mances ol Haydn‘s “Creation" at 8 pm.
Wednesday and next Friday in Orcheso
tra Hall. 1111 Nicollet Ave. Minneapo-
lis. and 8p ..m Ma 10 in O'Shaugh-
nessy Auditorium ollege of St. Cath-
erine. 2004 Randolph Ave.. St. Paul.
The concert. which will be broadcast
live on National Public Radio. will lea-
tut‘e soloists Margaret Marshall. Ry-
land Davies and John Cheek. The choir
will be directed by Kenneth Jennings
and orchestra by music director Neville
Marriner. For ticket information. call
A concert of music by women mm-
osers will conclude this season's
iymouth Music Series at 7:30 pm.
Sunday in the sanctuary of Plymouth
Congregational Church. 1900 Nicollet
Ave. Minneapolis. The concert will in.
clude works by Dame Ethel Smyth.
Mrs. H.H.A. Beach. Mabel Daniels and
Ruth Crawlordﬁeeger. For further in-
formation. catl 377-3978.
Venezuelan classical guitarist Ricap
do lznuole will perform at 3 pm. Sun-
day in a concert sponsored by the Guild
of Performing Arts and the Minnesota
Classic Guitar Society. The concert is
at the guild. 50-! 5. Cedar Ave. Minne-
apolis. For reservations. call 333-8269.
The Center Chamber Group will
present a concert including the pre-
miere 0! works by local composers Lib
by Larsen and Stephen Paulus at 8 pm.
Sunday at the Walker Art Center.
Vineland Place. Minneapolis. For fur-
ther information, call 377-7500.
-— Peter Vaughan
Jazz up your Sunday at the Empori-
um of Jazz. 400 D. St.. Mendota. A
benefit concert from 3 to 9 pm. will
feature a potpourri of jazz by local
bands including Moldy Pigs. the Plg‘s
Eye Computer Band. Red Wolfe's Port
0‘ Dixie Bend. the Godfrey Danlels
Band. Doc Evans Memorial Band, Jim
Tolcks Little Big Band and the Hall
Brothers with singer Kim Brown. Res-
ervations and information at 452-1868.
-— Karin Wines”
OK. Kenney Jones is not a drummer
with the kind of power and personality
of the late Keith Moon. And the addi-
tion of keyboardist John “Rabbit“ Bun.
drick and a horn section were unex-
gscted. Nevertheless, The Who proved
ednesday night that it is still one of
rock's premier bands. For those who
didn’t get a chance to see Pete Town.
shend‘s patented windmill guitar tech-
nique and Roger Daltrey twirling a mi-
uophone like a lariat. there‘s one more
chance tonight. The Who perform
again at 7:30 pm. at the St. Paul Civnc
Center Arena. Hopefully with a day's
rest. the band. which seemed a bit tired
Wednesday. will he more consistentlv
inspired. As of Thursday afternoon.
there were a few hundred tickets avail-